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of pakistan as if somehow the american government or the american people have something to do with this crazy movie. that was bad policy and bad form. it is why this story goes on and on. i get back to the primary question. why was no one guarding be ambassador? why did they removed the 16- person security team that has -- had requested to stay? it was requested that a security team stay in one of the most dangerous countries in the world. would you like to be the bureaucrat in the state department said, you need to come home because we do not have the money? what i have been pounding home is, four days after the dc-3 was removed, they spent $100,000 to spend money for electric cars that cost the taxpayer 250,000 dollars per car in subsidies. this was a political statement they were making. they wanted to show off for the europeans and say, we are as european as you are. we do not have money to provide for the basic security of an embassy. that is inexcusable. whoever made that decision, the already know that. whoever made those decisions should be fired. >> susan ferrechio from the washingto
. they spent money apologizing to the people of pakistan as if somehow the american government oral the american people had something to do with this crazy movie. i think all of that was bad policy, bad form and it's why this policy goes on and on, but still i get back to the primary question, why was no one guarding the ambassador. why did they remove the 16-person security team in august, that had specifically requested to stay? boy, i would hate to be the person who is sitting there today, who made the decision, when it was requested, that a security team stay in one of the most dangerous countries in the world, would you like to be the bureaucrat in the state department who shade oh, no, we don't have the money, you need to come home? the same with a dc-3, and what i've been pounding home is, four days after that dc-3 was removed in may of 2012, they approved $100,000 to green up the embassy in vienna, to spend some money on electrical charging station for electric cars that cost the taxpayer $250,000 per car in subsidies. this is a political statement they were making at the vi
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